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LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin was made in 1928 as a mean of restarting of German Zeppelin traffic after the World War One. It was the first aircraft in history to fly over a million miles; it flew around the world and to the Arctic and back.
The Zeppelin LZ 10 - Schwaben was called the "lucky airship" because she was more successful than any of the previous craft that DELAG had put into service. Also it was the first commercially successful passenger aircraft in history. LZ 10 - Schwaben made 218 flights, transporting 1,553 passengers including Crown Prince Wilhelm and his wife. Read more about LZ 10.
The Zeppelin LZ 12 was a German military rigid airship. It was also called Z III. It was first flown on 25 April 1912. LZ 12 was decommissioned on 1 August 1914. Read more about LZ 12.
The Zeppelin LZ 3 was a German experimental airship. It was constructed in Friedrichshafen under the direction of Ferdinand von Zeppelin. This zeppelin made many flights and carried a number of famous passengers, including the German Crown Prince. Read more about LZ 3.